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Kali ka Tibba, Chail in Chail

·  Summer: 15 to 24° C (Pleasant)
·  Winter: -2 to 15° C (Chilled)
·  Monsoon: June to September

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Closing Time: 07:00 p.m.
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Stationed atop of a hill, Kali ka Tibba is dedicated to Goddess Kali. Also known as the Kali Devi Temple, this ancient attraction appeals tourist from across the globe. This delicately carved huge temple offers the breath-taking views of the Shivalik Range and the Choor Chandni Peak.
Trekking to the temple is one of the major activities visitors can enjoy here. While trekking, one can get a glimpse of some rare species of wild animals. Famous for its stunning sunset views, Kali ka Tibba is one of the most photogenic spots in the state.
Visitors can tour the renowned nearby attractions like the Chail Palace, Sidh Baba Temple,  World’s Highest Cricket Ground, Renuka Lake, Pabbar Valley (The Apple Country), Tatta Pani and Paonta Sahib etc. Locally made woollen shawls, carpets and caps are the famous local items sold here.


Road: Local bus services from Chail to the nearby cities are easily available. Deluxe buses from Shimla to Chail are regularly available. Visitors can enjoy a pleasant drive from the nearby locations.

Railway: Kandaghat Railway Station (about 56 km.) is the nearest railhead to reach Kali ka Tibba. You can hire a cab from the station to reach the temple.

Airway: Jubbar Hati Airport (located about 70 km.) is the nearest airport to reach Kali ka Tibba. Taxi and jeep facility are available from airport to Chail. Daily flights from major cities of the country are available. International travellers can get connecting flights from Delhi.